Doodi Guesthouse

256/10-11, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand
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Buses/train from Bangkok to Hua Hin

by Huputiti

Hi!

What is the best way to get from Bangkok (Sukhumvit Road) to Hua Hin? I've heard that sometimes the trains are really slow. Do you think bus is better? Where do they leave from? Do I have to buy the ticket in advance or can I just show up?

I'm returning to Bangkok just before Songkran, on April 10th. Will the buses be crowded or is it easy to get a ticket also then?

Re: Buses/train from Bangkok to Hua Hin

by bulldogtwo

Bus is probably faster but there are several factors invovled, what time of day you choose to travel, traffic, break downs, etc...Busses usually leave from the soi Eckamai station located way down on Sukhumvit. There is another option, and that is a mini bus but somethimes that is really packed with people and I think not as comfortable as a bus, especially if it is packed. Having said that, acording to the schedules, all modes take about the same amount of time. The train may be just as fast and just as comfortable, leaves at 0800 and gets in around 1100, which is really pretty fast. I thinkn that the web sites that I left you will help you decide.

http://www.asia-discovery.com/Thailand/trains/huahin.htm
http://www.thailandday.com/Tickets/Bustickets/Huahin_A1.html

Good luck and have fun at Songkran! It's a lot of fun!

Re: Buses/train from Bangkok to Hua Hin

by Wann

I couldn't see the time diffent much between traveling by Bus or train (special express train). I always go to Hua Hin by train, much more comfortable and relaxing. From Sukumvit, take MRT to Hualamphong Railway station and then train to Hua Hin.

Traveling by train in or before Songkran period I think you should buy ticket in advance.

Re: Buses/train from Bangkok to Hua Hin

by thisit811

Take a train, especially SP Express Train, much more comfortable & safe. Of course all trasportations either buses or trains will be crowded during Songkarn Festival & long holidays weekend. All major roads out off Bangkok will be very heavy, more accidents & death that was happended every years.

Re: Buses/train from Bangkok to Hua Hin

by Huputiti

Thanks for all the replies!

Travel Tips for Hua Hin

Babies do love water!

by yen_2

Babies really do love water! Anything to do with the water,actually! When we arrived, my 18 months old son rush to the water and mind you, water in HuaHin is very cold specially when it's in the afternoon. But he like it still...

The semi-white sand goes for miles from the Sofitel at the end of Damnoenkasem Rd. At the main beach there are umbrellas for lounging and vendors will satisfy your needs for drinks and snacks, and even pony rides, jet skis and a Thai traditional massage. pic for now..text will come later

Pone Kingpeth Park

by Wann

When I walked from Hua Hin Raiway station to the town, I passed this small park "Pone Kingpeth Park". It is not a really park for sit and relax, the feature is about to honor the statue of Pone KingPeth, the famous Thai boxer raising his right hand. He’s the Thailand's first world flyweight champion, who was probably Hia Hin's most famous son. During his boxing career, which saw him confront some forty foreign opponents, Pone became the three-time champion the world will never forget. He died in 1982, at age 47.

So maybe when you visit Hua Hin by train, during the walk to the town or beach, take a look on your right hand side a bit, you will see. Around 100-200 m away from railway station…

THAI FOOD in GENERAL

by LysDor

I took all meals at the resort's own restaurants and cafés as it was so hot I could not possibly think of going down-town:

Rim Nam Serves the best of Italian cuisine for dinner in a romantic poolside setting
Orchid Cafe The Orchid Cafe for breakfast, lunch and dinner, especially the delicious dinner buffets from Chinese to Italian to international.
Sala Thai The Village’s afternoon and evening lounge… warm, comfortable, exotic with live western music nightly.
Sai Thong On-the-beach or poolside lunches: It offers grilled barbecue specials daily.

I suppose everyone knows what is THAI FOOD and has tasted it sometime. Here are a couple of links if you are interested in what is this food, how you can make it (there are recipes included!) and some tips how to order and eat these dishes.
Click on:
1. Thai Menu
2. Thai Food

Wat Khao Takiab

by aberacadabra

You need to be here to have an eagle's eye view of Hua Hin and the sea. Also known to tourists as "Monkey Hill", true to this name, there are numerous monkeys at the foot of the temple mount and near the chinese shrine to keep you company or shriek in fear. These monkeys especially the larger males can be aggressive, so be careful.

The start of the hike up to the temple is marked by a large bell and a flight of stairs up to the main shrine, a pagoda-like structure. Here, amongst the bells of temple are great views of Hua Hin town and the sea.

Buddhas' in Kho Takiab

by yen_2

After going up in the hill by our hired tuk-tuk. We saw many people around but fewer "farangs". We didn't climb the temple at the top of the hill as we're with baby. You can see this buddha's under the tree where the monkies climb all over them...

I never imagine Hua Hin has such a great sightseeings to boast to aside from the Beaches they have..

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